Sleep disorder is a common ailment in the US with the number of people afflicted with it increasing daily and to respond to this healthcare need, there has in turn been an increase in clinics dealing with sleep disorder in all the states of the US.
However, treating sleeping disorder, which enjoys insurance coverage under Medicare, is beginning to cause sleeplessness to these physicians and hospitals, because treating increasing number of people suffering from sleeping disorder means having to deal with mounting administrative responsibilities by hospitals and physicians to realize their fee via insurance claims which involves a lengthy process starting from claim preparation to submission. This not just leaves hospitals and physicians with less time for patient care but also to claim rejections leading to unrealized account receivables.
For a clinic treating sleeping disorder to run profitably, a sound revenue management system is an absolute necessity. Our medical billing and coding services account for the entire billing and coding process, starting from claim preparation through electronic claim submission to follow-ups.
Massachusetts, the state with one of the highest taxes is considered one of the most affluent states, but the cost of healthcare is considered as one of the basics and physicians across the state are trying to reduce healthcare costs. Experts working on your reimbursement make sure you have better collections.
Since the last 10 years our medical billers and have been providing medical billing and coding as well as accounts receivables follow up and practice management service to Massachusetts physicians.
Certified medical billing and coding professionals who have an extensive experience in all specialties, are available in all cities such as Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Lowell and Cambridge. They have shown skills for lowest claim denials and fastest reimbursement. Some of the services which our medical billers are proficient in are;
Electronic claims submission
Tracking of claims
Customized monthly report